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December 17, 2010

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So cute! This seems pretty simple, so it's right up my alley! :)

these are SO cute!!! What is Red Candy Coating?? Is it chocolate?

heidi, yes it's chocolate that has a color to it. you can buy it at grocery stores in the candy decorating section or at craft stores like hobby lobby. it comes in little discs, easy to melt. :)

I got your sweet note & pirate tags today. : ) I'm so glad you liked your cupcakes! xoxo

YUMMY! We got a card from the nurses at the ER that took care of Ruby today! I swear they filled it out as soon as we left and then walked it to our house this morning or something!

Do you have any chocolate bark related recipes?

i've been reading your posts... and your sarcastic humor makes me want to come back. kudos!

What a cute blog you have! Felicitation. Bisous from France!

Great idea! These look adorable and sound delicious and are perfect for the holidays... I just may have to make a few myself. Thanks for sharing and Happy Holidays!

Oh my, they look seriously good! And yes, I pretty much always think about cookies. And cake. I absolutely love your blog by the way. So much baking inspiration here!

Brilliant!!!!

These are super cute!

I just made treat boxes this weekend using your Buckeye's recipe from Smile and Wave. Love it!

I've been following your blog for awhile now and I absolutely love it. :)

made these today for my redneck hubby. he likes, even though i didn't have an RC cola to go with 'em. :) thanks for the easy recipe, keep em coming!!

Looks delicious! The only change I would make is to add crumbled bacon. But that's because I love bacon. And it goes so well with potatoes!

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